Tripot stool by Fogia among eight new products on Dezeen Showroom
Dezeen Showroom: a wooden stool characterised by its triangular seat and distinctively split crossbar is among eight new products featured on Dezeen Showroom.
Tripot stool by Fogia in collaboration with Inga Sempé
French designer Inga Sempé and Swedish furniture brand Fogia have released a three-legged stool that has a diverging curved crossbar.
Tripot comes in three heights and is available in black lacquered and natural ash finishes suitable for a range of interiors, from residential spaces to hospitality contexts.
Tripot was recently featured on Dezeen Showroom alongside a kitchen countertop extractor fan that doubles as storage and a collection of wooden dining and lounge chairs with designs that reference the way sunlight filters through trees.
Read on to see more of the latest products:
Monolith extractor hood by Studio Ferriani and Falmec
Italian kitchen brand Falmec collaborated with Studio Ferriani to launch a countertop extractor hood that doubles as storage for utensils.
Named Monolith, the extractor features a 90-centimetre-long suction device flanked by storage modules that are available in different configurations.
Find out more about Monolith ›
Kaya chair collection by Morgan
Kaya is a range of chairs with precision-cut solid wood frames and deep cushioned seats, designed by British furniture brand Morgan.
Available in a range of sizes and heights, the Kaya collection includes dining and lounge chairs with frames made from a choice of beech, ash, walnut or oak wood.
In collaboration with designer Joris Peutz, Belgian flooring brand Modulyss released a range of carpet tiles named Artcore, which was informed by transitions in nature.
Made from recycled yarn, the Artcore collection comes in four pattern designs with gradient effects that can be mixed and matched.
Week-End outdoor furniture by Brichet Ziegler for Petite Friture
Parisian design studio Brichet Ziegler and French design brand Petite Friture have created a new colourway for its Week-End collection of outdoor furniture, which the brand describes as "the perfect nude".
Called Dune, the new hue can be applied to all furniture pieces in the Week-End range, which is characterised by its slatted aluminium design.
Find out more about Week-End ›
Bathroom fixtures brand Varied Forms has released a collection of taps with customisable handles made up of half-cylindrical shapes available in stone, metal and different colour finishes.
The handles in the collection can be used in conjunction with Varied Form's sink faucets and shower heads that come in a range of metallic finishes, including chrome, silver steel, soft black, warm brass and dark bronze.
Find out more about bathroom taps ›
White Fromme furniture collection by Tom Chung for Petite Friture
Canadian industrial designer Tom Chung worked with Petite Friture to create a bright white colour option to add to the Fromme furniture collection.
The new colourway compliments the simplicity of the range, which includes tables, chairs and stools that can be used indoors and outdoors.
Find out more about White Fromme ›
Craft Collection by Carnegie Fabrics
Textile manufacturer Carnegie Fabrics has expanded its Biobased Xorel range of plant-based textiles by adding the Craft Collection, which includes metallic, floral and woven designs.
The Craft Collection of fabrics can be used for wall coverings, furniture upholstery and acoustic tiling.
Find out more about Craft Collection ›
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